Thorough preparation is critical to achieving mediation success. In this 1-hour May 14, 2021 presentation, Francine Griesing, Esquire discusses key aspects of mediation preparation, including essential conversations with clients, important advance work, and vital mediation process decisions, thus establishing informed, alert, and engaged stakeholders and setting the stage for success. Francine also covers remote mediation considerations for all parties.
Francine Friedman Griesing is the founder and Managing Member of Griesing Law, LLC and has over thirty-five years of experience representing clients in complex business transactions, litigation, employment, ethics, and alternative dispute resolution matters. Fran is a highly-sought speaker and writer and is featured in “The Road to Independence: 101 Women’s Journeys to Starting Their Own Firms,” published by the American Bar Association. She has taught Business Law, Public Employment Law, and Advocacy Skills at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law and Fox School of Business & Management and has been a guest lecturer at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Thomas Kline School of Law at Drexel University.
Major topics include:
History of Mediation
Why Would An Attorney Encourage Mediation?
Selecting The Right Mediator
Goal of Mediation
Joint Sessions Process
The Mediation Process
Care and Feeding of Clients During Mediation
Avoiding Common Mistakes
Important Remote Mediation Protocols
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